This Children’s Day, BYJUites went back to school and gave wings to their imagination by taking a fun ‘exam’. Yes, you heard it right! BYJUites went through an ‘examination’, but of a slightly different kind.
A bunch of fun, interesting, and thought-provoking questions were thrown at them. The catch was to think like a child and be at their wittiest best to crack the exam.
And boy, was it worth it! We were pleasantly surprised by the enthusiasm and zeal that was shown by the participants.
With over 3,500 entries, BYJUites were at their PUN-tastic best as they poured their heart out in the answer sheets. From silly and ridiculous to outright hilarious, their responses are going to leave you in splits.
Just read on!
As we juggle work from home, deadlines, and adulting all at once, we hope this fun contest was a happy break for everyone. Also, this is a reminder: when adulting gets hard, remember all you need to do is think like a kid! It’s that simple 🙂
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Harshita looks for stories in almost everything. A hopeless dreamer and a movie buff, she is known for laughing at her own jokes and being proud of it. She has a thing for sarcasm, wit and everything savage. A supporter of the underprivileged, she will totally judge you for being rude to the waiter in a restaurant. Loves conspiracy theories and myths and prefers dogs over humans. She is an impulsive writer and hopes to write a book someday.
My mentor Raksha Chettri has been my pillar of strength from day one. It is her constant guidance and encouraging words that have helped me become a lifelong learner. A big thanks to her and BYJU'S - The Learning App.
BYJU'S app has helped me understand Maths and Science in a fun way. Now, I study from the app, understand concepts, and then go through my textbooks.
BYJU'S is the bridge that connects my imagination to my reality. The engaging study videos with real-life examples help me understand concepts not only from an exam point of view but as a lesson for life.